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The Editor, tho’ he cannot be insensible to the genius, the learning, the philosophic inspiration...
This had been prepared by J.M. as a preface or prospectus for the "Memoir" when that alone was...
I send them immediately to the p.o. that they may go in the mail of tomorrow morning. Friendly...
—confided to them. As the result they have the satisfaction to state a marked improvement in the...
The other volumes contain of I notes of conversations, whilst Secretary of State, with President...
Exceptions to the maxim that commerce should be free 1. In cases where other nations would not...
The D. of Trust--to J. M. witht. namg. Heirs or Exor [Executor]; Can Attorney be made to Exec:...
I have received from the American Whig Society in the College of New Jersey, a copy of the...
I concur with General Cocke in opinion that William Matthews may, with the approbation of the...
University of Virginia Bond (for $500 borrowed from Thomas Jefferson Randolph; signed by James...
Mr. M. agreed to purchase the House & lotts of Mr. Cutts in the City of Washington under the...
(Those who deny that the power of Congs to regulate foreign commerce includes a protective power,...
The Answer of James Madison of Orange County Virginia, to the Bill of Complaint of Charles...
To the effect of <the> changes intellectual, moral and social, the institutions laws of the...
This Indenture made this Henshaw day of July one thousand eight hundred and A Madison nine,...
The compound Govt. of U. S is without a model, and to be explained by itself; not by similitudes...
Divn. of powers to weaken each br. & to balance the whole [ ] Hence Leg. Ex. & Judy. The 2...
The plan proposed by the gentleman from Northampton, freed as it has been from one of its...
INTERESTING FACT. A reference having been made by Mr. Leigh and Mr. Mercer to the 54th number of...
The plan proposed by the gentleman from Northampton, freed as it has been from one of its...
*["Written during the session of the Virginia Convention of 1829-’30. -- Ed.", in Writings of...
Mr. Madison now rose and addressed the Committee in a speech of which the following is the...
Another consequence suggests itself as following the nullifying rule–I will illustrate it...
J. M. was born on the 5th of Mar. (O. 5) 1751. His parents J. M. & N. (Conway) Madison, resided...
Vol. 4. p. 324--"to encourage Agriculture"--How 332--Agricult. manufs. Come. & navy may be...
Compact express or tacit, [begin? bein?] & essence of free Govt. social compact, theoretical, but...
J. M. born 5. March (O. S.) 1751 at seat of maternal grandmother opposite Port Royal—recd. his...
As this advice, if it ever see the light will not do it till I am no more it may be considered as...
superfluous, that this brotherhood and particularly the members of it in our view, have a keen...
MR. MADISON’S PAMPHLET. In the Register of the 11th ult. page 193, we copied a paragraph from the...